The Value of Book Distribution in a Clinic-Based Literacy Intervention Program

Jones, V. Faye; Franco, Sofia M.; Metcalf, Sharon C.; Popp, Robert; Thomas, Amy E.
September 2000
Clinical Pediatrics;Sep2000, Vol. 39 Issue 9, p535
Academic Journal
Presents information on a study which determined whether anticipatory guidance at well-child visits that included early literacy development and the provision of books changed family literacy practices. Methodology; Impact of book distribution on parent's choice of leisure activities; Advantages of book distribution and early literacy development.


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